Cookie Policy

The only cookies we ourselves use on our website are the following session registration cookies:

  • When you fill in your details on our registration form (for example where you wish to register to receive communications or other services from us), this cookie remembers the details that you load into the registration form so that if you make a mistake or have to redo the form, your details are not all erased (which could be annoying and inconvenient). The cookie is a ‘session’ cookie in that it dies after you have completed and submitted the form. We assume that you are happy with this cookie but if you wish to withhold your consent you can do so by modifying your browser settings to block cookies – please see
  • Our email marketing messages may direct you to a web page which uses an ASPSESSIONID% cookie. This cookie allows the page to remember certain settings you use. This cookie is temporary and is destroyed each time you close your browser.

For more information about cookies generally, please visit All About Cookies.

We also use Google Analytics, the web analysis service provided by Google. Google utilises the data collected to track and examine the use of our website, to prepare reports on its activities and share them with other Google services. Google may use the data collected to contextualise and personalise the ads on its own advertising network. The personal data that is collected is cookie and usage data, and that processing takes place in the USA under Google’s standard terms and privacy policy, which you will find here. You have the option of refusing to accept Google Analytics cookies when you first visit our website.